My Old Addiction

Waking The Dead

Waking The DeadBBB.5

(out of 5)

Moody and poetic drama about a young political candidate () haunted by the memories of his late girlfriend (), a 70s rebel and freedom-fighting upstart. Trouble is, he doesn’t really know if he’s just imagining seeing her or if she really is appearing to him. Jodie Foster produced this effective little drama, shot on a small budget with a wonderful dreamlike quality. Crudup supplies dramatic intensity where sometimes all that is needed is some emotional honesty; it’s no wonder this gentleman refuses to take any lead roles in blockbuster entertainment movies, it would limit his preening around on screen looking all tortured just for the fun of it. Sometimes hard to follow, but so interesting you just can’t tear away.

Polygram Filmed Entertainment, Egg Pictures, Gramercy Pictures

USA, 2000

Directed by 

Screenplay by , based on the novel by

Cinematography by

Produced by Keith Gordon, ,

Music by

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by


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